cowboyronnie wrote: NZB2323 wrote:
In general I'm pro-fighter against the UFC, however...
It's kind of strange to be mad at your employer for not featuring you in your show of choice while you're suing your employer and publicly criticizing your employer.
What? Think about the repercussions if your employer(who in this case has a monopoly on your industry) can fire you if you take non-spurious legal action against them. There need to be protections against vindictive treatment after you make (legitimate or arguably legitimate) complaints.
Well, I believe that the fighters should have a union that protects the fighters. Also, with bellator growing, I'm not sure if the UFC has a monopoly.
But in how many jobs can you make an Instagram post where you cuss out your employer and not be fired? Especially in show business? It'd be like if an actor was publicly criticizing a director while they were shooting a movie. Of course the director may cut the number of lines you have or cut out some of your scenes. Or they'd fire you.
Fire GarPax! How do you start the rebuilding process by trading a draft pick for money? I know it was a late pick, but so were Butler, Taj Gibson, Draymond Green, and Isiah Thomas. The Warriors wanted the guy, and they're good at evaluating talent.